Raijintek is now selling a new ATX dual-chamber chassis with an aluminum and glass design, dubbed “Paean”.
The company claims the new case as “being much akin to a work of art” and has been designed to work for general computing as well as gaming. It features an aluminum base plate, dual-side tempered glass, and an “aluminum color hair-silk anodized appearance design.”
The Raijintek Paean can accommodate standard ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards. It also offers room for graphics cards up to 310mm in length with a front reservoir or up to 400mm without, standard ATX power supplies up to 200mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 140mm tall. For storage, the case offers space for up to three 2.5-inch drives and three 3.5-inch drives. The drive bays support tool-free installation, with anti-vibration screws included. There are eight PCIe expansion slots on offer as well. The front I/O panel includes a total of four USB 3.0 ports and an audio jack. In terms of dimensions, the case measures 286 x 587 x 417mm and weighs in at 10.8 kg.
The Raijintek Paean is now available via the company’s chain of distributors and resellers for a price tag of around 150 euros in Europe. No word on pricing or availability outside Europe at this point.